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Title Lead Organisation Summary Start Date Closing Date
Home Care Survey Healthwatch Tameside Healthwatch Tameside are holding  a range of surveys looking to find out about social care that people have received in the past 12 months. This survey focuses on care that has been provided by a paid carer of member of the family or a friend or neighbour. It is also available on paper, if you know someone who would prefer to tell Healthwatch Tameside about their experience this way. You can contact the office on 0161 667 2526 and they can post a copy out with a freepost envelope for return. 17/12/19 21/02/20
Residential Care Survey Healthwatch Tameside Healthwatch Tameside are holding  a range of surveys looking to find out about social care that people have received in the past 12 months. This survey focuses on any residential care that a person may have received. This could be for a short time (maybe after a stay in hospital) or for a longer period of time. It is also available on paper, if you know someone who would prefer to tell Healthwatch Tameside about their experience this way. You can contact the office on 0161 667 2526 and they can post a copy out with a freepost envelope for return. 17/12/19 21/02/20
Carers and Relatives Survey Healthwatch Tameside Healthwatch Tameside are holding  a range of surveys looking to find out about social care that people have received in the past 12 months. This survey is asking for people’s experience as a carer. It is also available on paper, if you know someone who would prefer to tell Healthwatch Tameside about their experience this way. You can contact the office on 0161 667 2526 and they can post a copy out with a freepost envelope for return. 17/12/19 21/02/20

Regional Consultations

Police Funding 2020/21 GMCA Funding for the police comes both directly from a central Government grant and also from the police precept element of council tax. About 20% of the funding for Greater Manchester Police comes from that police precept, one of the lowest proportions in the country. GMCA are therefore consulting on whether the public agree, in principle, with an additional charge of up to an extra £2 per month for the average band D household to ensure that police officers are able to continue to tackle crime. 17/01/20 27/01/20
The Ignition Project GMCA The Ignition Project brings together 12 partners from Greater Manchester’s local government, universities, non-governmental organisations and businesses. It aims to address the emergency cause by climate change. They are investigating how they can fund the delivery of more nature based projects that will help make us less vulnerable to climate change.
 
They aim to achieve a 10% increase in the city’s coverage of plants and trees by 2038. They would like to hear from everyone who lives or works in Greater Manchester on this.
22/11/19 01/02/20
LGBT Foundation Trans and Non-Binary People Affected by Cancer LGBT Foundation LGBT Foundation is currently looking to inform healthcare professionals on how they can best support trans and non-binary people affected by cancer. They want to hear experiences of those who received such care in order to understand where improvements can be made.    

National Consultations

Ofsted inspection: removal of the outstanding exemption Department for Education The DfE is seeking views on the removal of the exemption for outstanding schools, colleges and other organisations delivering publicly-funded education and training. Some schools, colleges and other organisations  delivering education and training that were rated Outstanding by Ofsted at their last inspection, are legally exempt from further routine Ofsted inspection. It is proposed that this exemption be removed. 10/01/20 24/02/20